wrathful

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adjective wrath·ful \ˈrath-fəl, chiefly British ˈrȯth-\

Definition of wrathful

  1. 1 :  filled with wrath :  irate

  2. 2 :  arising from, marked by, or indicative of wrath

wrathfully

play \ˈrath-fə-lē, chiefly British ˈrȯth-\ adverb

wrathfulness

noun

Examples of wrathful in a Sentence

  1. in a wrathful voice she demanded to know what had happened

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First Known Use of wrathful

13th century


WRATHFUL Defined for Kids

wrathful

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adjective wrath·ful \ˈrath-fəl\

Definition of wrathful for Students

  1. 1 :  full of wrath

  2. 2 :  showing wrath



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